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Tables of Contents for Charlotte Temple
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Acknowledgments
ix
2
Introduction
xi
24
Note on the Text
xxxv
2
Selected Bibliography
xxxvii
2
Chronology of Susanna Haswell Rowson
xxxix
 
Advertisement from the original British edition (1791)
1
4
Preface
5
3
VOLUME I. Title page of the first American edition (1794)
8
1
CHAPTER I. A Boarding School
9
2
CHAPTER II. Domestic Concerns
11
4
CHAPTER III. Unexpected Misfortunes
15
4
CHAPTER IV. Change of Fortune
19
4
CHAPTER V. Such Things Are
23
3
CHAPTER VI. An Intriguing Teacher
26
3
CHAPTER VII. Natural Sense of Propriety Inherent in the Female Bosom.
29
4
CHAPTER VIII. Domestic Pleasures Planned
33
3
CHAPTER IX. We Know Not What a Day May Bring Forth
36
3
CHAPTER X. When We Have Excited Curiosity, It Is But an Act of Good Nature to Gratify It.
39
3
CHAPTER XI. Conflict of Love and Duty.
42
2
CHAPTER XII. Nature's last, best gift: Creature in whom excell'd whatever could To sight or thought be nam'd! Holy, divine! good, amiable, and sweet! How thou art falln'!
44
4
CHAPTER XIII. Cruel Disappointment.
48
3
CHAPTER XIV. Maternal Sorrow.
51
3
CHAPTER XV. Embarkation.
54
3
CHAPTER XVI. Necessary Digression.
57
3
CHAPTER XVII. A Wedding
60
5
VOLUME II.
CHAPTER XVIII. Reflections.
65
3
CHPATER XIX. A Mistake Discovered.
68
3
CHAPTER XX. Virtue never appears so amiable as when reaching forth her hand to raise a fallen sister. Chapter of Accidents.
71
5
CHAPTER XXI. Teach me to feel another's woe, To hide the fault I see, That mercy I to others show That mercy show to me. Pope
76
3
CHAPTER XXII. Sorrows of the Heart.
79
3
CHAPTER XXIII. A Man May Smile, and Smile, and Be a Villain.
82
3
CHAPTER XXIV. Mystery Developed.
85
4
CHAPTER XXV. Reception of a Letter.
89
2
CHAPTER XXVI. What Might Be Expected.
91
3
CHAPTER XXVII. Pensive she mourn'd, and hung her languid head, Like a fair lily overcharg'd with dew.
94
4
CHAPTER XXVIII. We Go Forward Again.
98
3
CHAPTER XXIX. We Go Forward Again.
101
3
CHAPTER XXX. And what is friendship but a name, A charm that lulls to sleep, A shade that follows wealth and fame, But leaves the wretch to weep.
104
3
CHAPTER XXXI. Subject Continued.
107
3
CHAPTER XXXII. Reasons Why and Wherefore.
110
2
CHAPTER XXXIII. Which People Void of Feeling Need Not Read.
112
4
CHAPTER XXXIV. Retribution.
116
2
CHAPTER XXXV. Conclusion.
118